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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA. SATURDAY JIORNINO, AUGUST 25, 1891.
atlv to mturoina paymtnt, nn th
ttuhlamet Oftzutt, it wau decided to
llacft the mattor In the hands of John
II. Smith, of Astoria, nnd ' J. BS-uoe
Polworth, of CAthlamot, two capable
Their parents come to our store to get.ttmount involved la tlOO.OOO.
all the necessaries to make the baby I , , ; "
comfortable: Toilet, powder puffs, I is doubtful If there Is unoUur office
brushes, combs, nursinfg bottles, nipples, in the United States, taking the popu
etc., because they know we have Just lation of the city into consideration,
what thitv urnnf rippl" al rf lnnt:
fnn,i tnxiti.ii nil ha lou.iino. h,i , ' aenaa or receives more cable-
and we sell some of them for less than grams than does the local ofllcc.
they are sold in any other town in Scarcely a day passes but several mes-
jretron. uur urugs are or me nrsi iairi!B are flashed to fo rein n c mint rips
quality and sold at the lowest cashi K0B are na8nea 10 foreign countries.
StutU" Theatre. "Black Diamonds'
drew a fair house last nljrht. Tonight
Mr. and HrsV Johns give a special pro
gram assisted by local talent, under the
it iw.pla wltnruwt tha futii which con
stood of t.hreo boin& conUali, Hlnjrl
stick exercises, navy, drill, an Obstacle
race, and a tug of war. The Monterey's
men excelled in. every department, and
won rounds of applause for their ex
cellent sparring particularly. Tho ob
stacle race was as good as a circus,
and was run In three heats, being won
Is the first thing to be considered
vhen buying medicine: after that
comes the question of price. If you buy
of us the first is guaranteed, arid the
second speaks for itself. Drop in and
see for yourself. You are welcome, if
only to examine and price goods. Our
NuiMjiifuwoiiH Tooth Wash is an excel
lent preparation for clenslmr and ore'
serving the teeth and gums, imparting
a (K-iitfiunmy refreshing feeling to the
moii in nnu leaving a delicately perfuuv
Druggist--Odd Fellows Budlng.
Parties sending communications for
publication in the Astorian will please
wnercver it is convenient to do so,
have them typewritten. It will save
a great deal of annoyance if this rule
Is strictly complied with.
"Black Diamond.;." In preparation
"The French Spy," or the Siege of
Next Saturday evening, beginning at
8 o'clock,, the . Ladles' Hewing, Society
of tho Swedish Lutheran Church will
give a bnsket aoclable In the basement
of their church. All tho members and
friends of the church are cordially In
vited to attend. , A short program will
also bo rendered.
Portland, August 24. For Washing
ton, Oregon and Idaho, fair weather,
cooler in coast sections; slight tamper,
bture changes in the interior
Local weather for the twenty-four
hours ending at 5 p. m. yesterday, fur
nished by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 70 degrees.
Minimum temperature, CO degrees.
Total proolpWatInn from September
1st, 1893, to date, -98.21 inches.
Excess of precipitation from Septem
ber 1st, 1893, to date, 26.73 Inches.
The schooner Laura Pike, eight days
from Humboldt, arrived last evening
with a cargo of tannin bark. The Pike
sailed Into port without the assistance
of a tug, and making a pretty tack
around the Monterey, let go her an
chor off. tho Union Pacific dock.
Sail Francisco, August 24. The Den
ocratlc stata convention reconvened to.
day. It was noon before the balloting
by young Ted Cherry with two of the:f,r governor began The first ballot
Monterey's men second and thrid The eave 13udd 208: Murphy, 280; Magulre,
tusr cf war was the most exdtlner event i4: scattering, 68.
Additional - Telegrahp.
EUDD FOR GOVERNOR,
of the evening, the contestants being
teams from the Astoria Football Club
and the British ship Maxwell. After' a
great struggle lasting 17 1-2 minutes,
the Astoria boys won the tug and wero
heartily cheered for their well earned
victory. ! I .,i
The second ballot, Budd, 266; Murphy,
292; Magulre, 24. On the third ballot
i Eudd was nominated.
I Win. T, Jeter, of Santa Cruz, was
nominated for lieutenant governor
Railroad commirsloners, First District,
H. M. Larue, Sacramento; Second Dis.
trlct, James. C. Nealon, San Francisco
The United States monitor Monterey,' Third, District W. W. Phillips Fresno
leaves out at 6 o clocK this morning, her secretin y of state, Ben Maddox, Vlsalla.
uesunauon Deing fori Townsend, whore
KILLED IN A WELL.
Albany, Oregon, August 24. Wm. At-
shul, principal proprietor of the Willam
ette Valley and Cascade Wagon Road
Co., in company with three other gen
In these times of depression when
everyone is cutting down expenses,
when a business man hardly knows
where the next dollar is coming from,
the thoughts of the harrasscd ones turn
to the old farni and many a man wishes
he could get on one, to raise chickens,
fruit and vegetables. One hardly .ever
hears" of a farmer making an assign
she will remain a few days for target
practice. Yesterday nearly all the fore
noon and part of the afternoon the
ship's crew were being put through the
customary monthly drills, one of the
most Interesting features being tho' fire ttemenf from Para Fra wI ft
drill, when everyone abandons ship. It l Aibany about 8nnihw n
vtu (juiic a,ii uueremiiiK Blglll 10 many
on the wharf as they witnessed the men
take to the boats, which as soon as
filled, were taken in tow by the (Ship's
launch and hauled around the big gun-
boat a couple of times. Quite a number
af people visited the ehip during the
afternoon. Early in the afternoon "exhausted on reaching the surface and
Betsy and "Sister Alice" were dressed ; fell to the bottom of the well, a distance
T,n.i n tuui ui wlULtt-ieUU ana UUIOW ' nr fnrlv fnr.t l.lllinM 1. 1 ,,.
-v mums mm instantly
a trip with a team over the road into
i-astern Oregon, thence to Boise City.
John Morris, while diggln a well near
Jefferson yesterday, was partially over-
come by gas. He called to the men
at the top to draw him out, which
was quickly done, hut he became eX'
and their sea hoods put on, every prep
aration being made to cross out into
EVERYBODY SHOULD CO.
Thare will be an excursion to Seaside
tomorrow morning, the round trip being
ono dollar. It 1b an excursion given b
tho O. R. and N. boata and the Seashore
railroad, and the entire proceeds are to
bo used In purchasing llfo saving ap
paratus for Clatsop Beach at that place.
Astoria Is directly interested In the
success of Clatsop beach, and every
safeguard thrown around the largo
number cf bathers who go into the
surf there every year will have its good
effect. This movement to Becure pro
tection for Clatsop county's bathers is
a commendablo one, and should be en
couraged by everyone who enn get
nwny for tho day.
Tnko a day's outing tomorrow, and
go to .Seaside. Make It the largest ex
cursion of the year.
Dr. Kstes, while attending :he per
formance of "Black Diamonds," at
Stuttz', Thursday night, was called
from tho theatre three times during the
performance. LaBt evening he went
back again, but was called to Knappa
by a telegram before the show was
out. IIo chartered a steamer and left
for the latter place about 9:30. Dr,
Estes will probably return to this city
THE BLUEFIELDS AFFAIR.
London, August 24. The British for.
eign office has received confirmation of
the arrest at Blueflelds of Hatch, the
consular agent of Great Britain. The
British government is in communication
with the government of Nicaragua In
regard to the recent occurrences at
The Only Restaurant.
It Is one of the strangest things
in this country, says the Salem States
man, that the farmers cannot under
stand and appreciate the necessity for
good roads and the further fact that
the people can have good macadamized
roads everywhere and save thousands
of dollars In each county In the long
run by constructing thein. The proof
of thlB Is so plain and convincing it is
Indeed wonderful that all cannot see it
The- butchers, the bakers, and can
dlestick makers, and the grocer, too,
for that matter, were kept busy yes
terday doing up packages and parcels
for the visiting gunboat. Several wag
en loads of fruit, vegetables, bread,
meat, groceries, and other articles for
the ship's larder were taken out to the
Monterey In smnlj hoats. Tho storla
merchants would doubtless like to Bee
several of Uncle Sam's war vessels
stationed In the harbf every summer.
County Judge Northrup, of Portland,
left for the metropolis last evening.
Geo. Noland has moved his family in
to the dwelling lately vacated by Cap
tain B. F. Packard, on Exchange street. Blueflelds.
Mrs. M. J. Weatherford and Mra V,'. I ANnTir t.,Ti,,
J. Scully left Wednesday evening for! ' RA'J RECEIVER,
a short visit with their sister at Laurel, I Tacomn, August 21. Judge Hanford
tnis state. lias appointed W D. Taylor, receiver
C. W. Knowles, proprietor of the St., the Washington and Columbia Riv-
Charles Hotel, Portland, passed through r rallroa(J. the Hunt road.
the city yesterday, enroute to his sum
mer home at Seaside.
Mr. E. O. Callahan, of St. Louis, Mo.,
HANGED BY THE" NECK,
New Westminster, B. C, August 24.
Is In the city, the guest of M. C. CrosJ Huh Linn' the Savry Island mur
by. Mr Callahan la on his way toi&.ere, ,was executed this morning in
Carlsbad for a year's vacation, having
tho Jail yard.
ANOTHER COAL STRIKE.
Deen one of the managers of the
Bridge Beach Stove Comnanv's Croat
manufacturing plant in St. Louis for a! RIt'nmond, Mo., August 24 All the
number of years, and now that, the'coal miners In Ray county are again
company's goods are known1 In every 0n a strike' and demand four cents a
hamlet west of the Mississippi, Mr.
Callahan has come to the conclusion
that he 'will take several years' vaca
tion abroad. ' "
bushel for mining.
A match game 'of football will be
played at Smith's Point this afternoon
between the Astoria Football Club and
a team from the ship Maxwell. Mo
tors will leave for the ground at 2:30
and every half hour thereafter Cur
fare only will be charged, admission to
the grounds being free. Following are
Maxwell Goal, H. Speedy; backs, S,
Jones, Hlrss; halved. A. Norman. Tf
, PAR ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT.
Saratoga, August 24. James C. far.
ter, of New York, was today elected
president of the American Bar Asso-
Awarded ' ' . .
HljhMt Hcnofs-Wcrld Fair.
, ' 'Da
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
tram Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
CIIANCH FOR ALL Men of small
means can buy real estate In HiU'i first
LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria
Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
in Hill's First Addition for J2.
JAPANESE GOODS. Just out Just
received Just what you want, at Wing
Lee's, 629 Third street.
FOR SALE 10 acres Improved land
m Upper Frankfort .Wash., slashed,
and partially cleared. Two story house,
Stable, chicken house and yard., work
shop 20x40, situated on the river, Just
the home for a fisherman. Will sell on
easy terms, for 11600. Inquire on-prem
ises. DAVID UPTON.
H. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over C. II. Cooper's store.
W. C. LOGAN. D. D. S..
Mansell Block, 673 Third street
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S.
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
in the -Flavel
building, opposite Occident,
W. M. LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 6, 6 and 7, Flavel Brick
SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY J.T LAW.
Office In Flavel's biiuk building.
KBANK J. 1'AYI.OK.
Jn. T. I.iuinta.
TAYLOR & LIGHTER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LA W.
Office on Second SUtet, Astoria. Or.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The annual meeting' of the stockhold
ers of the Odd Fellows' Land and Build
ing Association will be held on Thurs
day, August 23d, at 2 p. m., at Odd
Fellpws' Hall. A. J. MEGLER.
FOUND Fishing boat rigged with
gaf sail, painted blue, 19 empty beer
kegs.' Found Sunday, a. m.. on ril-
mona Sanda Inquire Point Adams Life
LOST A silver hair
be 'suitably rewarded bv leavlne- aama
at. me Asiorian omce.
DR. EILIV JANSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hour?, 10
to 12 a, m. ; 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. in. Sun
days, 10 to 11.
LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, 68414 Third St., Astoria, Ore.
Special attention given to all chronic
DR. O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
Office over Danzlger's store, Astoria.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms 6 and C. Tvthlan
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 mid 2 to
5. Residence, 639, Cedar street.
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE.
May be found in his nnw until m
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 2
P. m., and from S until 7:30 evenings.
The Astoria National Bank will on
September 1st remove from their pres.
cm location to me spacious quarters
which the bank has leased in the I. O.
O. F. building, corner of 10th and Com'
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS.
west, u. Hayes; forwards, II. Wade.
13 A 111 -. -iUL. i I "I lit . .
v. . Eievi-nw,-ina genial representa- iiiiamson, w. L'lague, J. Ble. T. On nnmnnt. n wv in th min
tlve of the Portland Flouring Mills, is Cummlngs. " 1 !,,,. thfi . ttom of n . .
over at North' 'Beach with a knilnir' Astoria Goal. J T!iifHno-tnn. ' i,,.i,, I . j .u.
Tho.fitnt of Cilir.u-n!., B.,.v,1 In' .u-.J - ... .. . o 7 . . r . wiier wm ue lu.neu on u ine cuy
. , , " ,, ,'.' I"-coming oi .rains tidal ""'. vvngiu. najves, Ruthoin, 1 only during the hours of 5 to 8 a m
yesterday morning, with conBlderab.e wave. He has been for several weeks Crosby, P. Grant; forwards. McKlnley j? I in to 1 P m and 5 to 7 p m"
ii t ii l, i vmiiiuyi opiings trying to cnase "". openccr, McLean, Hellborn,
, H., .1)1)1,
The influx of white shoes among tho
swell set of Portland, has been so gen
eral that gasoline has gone up Ave
cents a gallon.
There will be services at the Baptist
church on Sunday evening, August 26,
at 8 p. m., Rev. J. C. Appel officiating.
All aro cordially invited to attend.
away a bad caso of malaria, but finally
had to give it up. He la getting along
nicely at North Beach, however, and
his friends do say that he has at last
found an antidote for the malady which
went with him to the famous Oregon! 8,,l,t,lern Pnclflc railroad comnanies
We are the only authorized agents of
until further notice.
W. N. SMITH,
Supt. of the City Water Works.
Meany is the leading tailor and pays
tho Northern Pacific railroad and thel h'g'"iBt Ca8h prlce for Ur BklnS-
Hie enterprising firm of Foard & men Is,
hiokcs report a very brisk business the
last few weeks. They are surprised
themselves In regard to the amount of
n .1 U
"l,u l"B omy parties authorized to siun
bills of lading covering salmon slilp-
Itev. L. Nlssen will preach at the
... oi.. tut. U.I.l'UIll Ul
Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran sewing machines sold by them since the
church, above the Columbia Cannery, 'clow of the fishing season. No doubt
Uppertown. Sunday next at It a. m. this Is a verv v.UimM,. ,,u.,f,,i
All ... ....,1 ' I . - ' "I'
..1, HIV l-il.UU, .
There will lie preaching In the Nor-lWlfJf' and tt Bood nullly Ka men seem
weirlan M. 1.1. rh...,.h , s i t0 havo remembered their wives after a
10.40 a. m. by Rev. J. Olsen, of Moscow, I IlUr,d 8,asin'a work; still. Foard &
COLUMBIA RIVER AND PUGET
SOUND NAVIGATION CO
. C W STONE, Agent. "
When baby Is teething or feverish, ask
your druggist for St-e-e-dmons Sooth'
CHOICE LOTS In Hill's Second Addt
tion to Ocean Grove, Seaside. Prices in
reach of all.
Lake and Salmi, the Tailors, 367 Com
mercial street, have excellent game
The days of toueh steaks In Astoria 1 awaiting bargain hunters for fall suits.
v mil, wf-; ..iiiiiwr. ru, rjvery weeK adds to thA
predated present for a man to his !lst o( People who eat at the Model Res- SELLING at 25 per cent discount
Idaho, nnd in the evening at 7:30 by
iiev c. la-tcksen, of Butte, Montana,
seem to tnitiK it Is as much the
quality of their machines that makes
them Bell, as any thing else. It no doubt
Services at the Congrcgntlonnl P01'8 well for the White Sewing Ma
ohureh. Morning subject, "Tho Broth- ch,no- '
erhood of Man." Subject in tho even. "! ! " "
Ing. "Fvtllow Thou Me." The Sun.h.v ' . " . Umk Lo,lon' 133 ""Vs
Knol moots at 12:15 and the Christian 2 !h '' vierdn
endeavor society at 7 n. m I ' Wllh a cnr8 or cement nnd
. innruie nr Taylor and Young. Cnntnin
For a delicious pluta of Ico cream, lAivhtr was hero about this time two
made from the- pure cream, go to C. ao, and made many friends nnd
B, Smith, the confectioner and iceu1,imltonces who will bo pleased to
crenm dealer. Ice cream soda a special- Know t,u,t ho has returned. The Lor.
ty. Private imrloi's for ladles. 4S3 ,on struck very heavy weather coming
Commercial street, . around the Horn, and one of the crew
. was pretty badly Injured by being
Visitors wishing to carry horn thrown over the wheel. He recovered,
keepsake from Astoria Or Seaside E" right, however. The day 3) wa8
should call at Nleml's Jewelry store crot,a,(l hi the Puclllo a gale carried
and select a piece of the fine china he away tne fure top-mast, but another
in moat decorated with scenery '" piac. The Lorton will
auoiit Tillamook Rock. Ceurhart Park up rlver today or tomorrow
Don t go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and the
Last when you can get them for the
fn p, l.':e at he Union Paclflo office
In this city, and thereby save your lo
cal fni to Portland.
Trains for Clatsop, Gearhart Tark
mm ix'uwut, as roiiows:
lots in Hill's First addition to Ocean
Grove, Seaside. Astoria Real Estate Ex
The best shoes the lowest prices
and a pleasant word thrown In. There's
every reason why we should shoe you
and everybody else man or woman
old or young. Goodman & Co.
Tho trade clock Indicates that the
buyer's hour has come to obtain a
watch from our stork at a price that
win surprise you. if you have money
t OI,,,,i .. V. 1 .
ILia l?? 7:30 "' 3:30 P" m'i but to lt:"lbrst7om.h; jeweler""""9
i.eine i ler 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
hlnlytJr,,ffiJr " f. y?'r. while to take a good
imp hp. jour oiu jacKot. Ask Yourself
how much the old-clo' man'll give for
pp., i.in iook over tne new line of sam
ples for new suits that we have for
ym to select rrom. Lake & Selmi, 367
All the patent mf.liino aI.,-,i.
In this paper, together with the choio-
iiriiiimery, ana toilet articles, etc
ran be bousht at the lowest prices a
.'j -nn drug store, opposite Oc-
tiurni Jiuit'i, Ai.tona.
The athletlo exhlbltl
At - .i m a . - ... . v WW'
n iiiri'iiitu fir i ni nttinnra tr tttutta nn i ,i.imd i . .
- iwiiib jtiuiiHtitty nigral was
from the Northern Pacific Railroad, rel- nn unqualified success, A largo number
Thousand of women are now thinking of buying knitting yarns. But they
want to buy them cheap. You all know what German Knitting Yarn has bi,
w.a iui in mis iun nciciuiore. i ne prues nav Ren as follows
First Quality German solj at ii'.'c,
Cowmcr.-lnl A 9th. Streets.
Our price Is now 25c?
when trains will leave Om hntif. l.kta,.
connecting with boats for Astoria,'
Suspected by Comparatively B'cw.
ThlriRS that embody the most truth
jr frequently among the last to be
"-'"'W" it may seem one
In four has a weak or diseased heart
he early symptoms or which are short
breath, oppression, faint and huiiKrv
", "" sice, smothering,
swollen ankles, dropsoy wind In stom
ach, etc. Levi Logan, Buchanan, Mich.,
suffered from heart disease thirty years!
cured him. "The effects of yoiir New
Heart Cure Is wonderful." Mrs. Eva
Dresser McGregor, Iowa. This favolto
remedy Is sold by Chas. Rodgwa on a
Ruaranteo. Get the Doctor's book. "New
nnd Startling Facts," free.
Get the the Doctor's book. free.
WANTED Girl for light housekeep
lng. Inquire over Fisher Eros.' store,
Mrs. Capt. Skibbe.
MONEY Want J3.MM fn- n
Will furnish first-class security. Will
""I" nipiaii. loans to mat amount. Ai;
ply at Astorian office.
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
Genrs are sold at Alex Campbell's
WINES AND BHAVmir(!TT.P7i.
fandel wine instead
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandv. Alan tsi.
Cognao and wine at Alex Gilbert's.
VA W. PARKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR- ,
Ofllce, 112 Benton street. Astoria, Or.
ular meetings of this board will be held
on th4 first Monday of each month at
10 a, m., at the office of Robb & par.
the Astoria Building and Loan Associa
tion, are held at 8 p. m. on the first
Wednesday of each month n.iw
Genevieve street, south of Chenanius.
w. 1 itOBB. Secretary.
OCEAN ENCAMUMIT'MT M 19 T
O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En
campment No. 13, in the Odd Follow'
Building, at 7 p. m., on the second and
rourth Mondays of
Journlng brethren cordially lnlted.
Jjr uiuur CP
" kent-SIx room house fur-
insnea or uniumished. water, bath etc
Uppertown, In Adair's, Ogned avenue
or Third street. Inquire at this office
or ai oirs. a. reakes,
Many Suffering From- It Today.
The ery of misfortune Is never henrd
without a reaponslve tliroh of sympathy
from thoiw who hear It. ThoussmU ho
have hnd la grippe, which left them with
that conslmit tlrt.l. witmui fnii..
slwulessness. dull headnchA. .Iti!.'
hyseierla. etc.. have often prayed for re
lief, snd are obtaining It from Dr. Miles'
Keatniutlvtt Nervine. M. Iw Kiiyurt
Miu-v. Ind.. sv: "Your K.niiu
cured me of prostration; tt Is juat what
your advprtlmment hIJ It was." "Tw.
bottles of Nervine rutv.l m of id.-lr
che." Chas. Wllher. l'ulmvnt w. v
t1.1 fn V KUrnnte by fnas. ltogers.
("sit fur the Doctor's book. "New and
Btartllm Facts." free. nJ
HOTEL. Remember McGulre't Ho-
ibi ai oeasiae is open the year around.
CALL ON P. BAKER. 7S Third St.
..u imvo jroUr cjoinea ayed and
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Handley A Haas, 15J First street, and
ret the Dally Astorian. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper voile
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Worid'sFalr rhVfcwt Medal aad Ilfu.
COMMON COUNOTT, -Hetn.ln,
Ings fli-st and third Tnesdnv MAPI I n ml
... cvn pp.... mi ai 8 o ciock in cltv hall
Persons desiring to have matters" acted
upon by the council at any regular
meeting must Present the snmo in h
auditor and clerk on or before the Fri
day evening prior to the Tuesday on
which the council holds its regular
meatlng. k. OSBURN.
Auditor and Police Judge.
B. F. ALLEN,
DEALER IN WALL PAPER, ARTISTS
. MATERIALS, ETC.
The only house in the city handlinir
SHfliWIN-WlLLIAMS and MASURY'S
51 Commercial St.
TjlE ASTOlp SfllIflGSBfi
Acts as trustee for corporations and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will be allowed nn savings
deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per
J. Q. A. BOWLBY.. President
BENJ. YOUNG Vice President
FRANK PATTON ..Cashier
W. E. DEMENT.... Secretary
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page. O. A.
Nelson. BenJ. Young, A. S. Reed, D. p.
Thompson, W. E. Dement.
J You Need I
A DECENT BUGGY. I
Many people believe that all blnclr.
smithing Jobs are alike that they are
nothing but muscle and material mixed.
That is true of ordinary Jobs. Ilrains
ore also used to mnke a good Job. So is
conscience. A Job made without skill
or honesty is no good. Our work Is
widely known for Its quality, durability
and economy in the end.
Q. A. Stinson & Co.
The Original & Genuine;
You need it now. Don't
spoil your credit by a
see iy buggy, jr none at
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Ynil VmiIH Uatra l?1f B
THlnk You Are Prosper- ft
We have a buggy, we
bought it cheap. You
None of your busi iess.
You get the -Juggy, we
lose the rest But we
want tlie cash.
' NEW YORK
flOVELTY STOHE .E
Corner of Bond and Tenth streetj. &
Opposite h Oocider; &
Imparts the mott dcllcioat taste snd seat to
Hot Cold Kleata
soups, pj ti y IX.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Take Nona bat Lea & Perrms.
Sirnautre on crtrj botUa of oriftMl 4 pnuiM.
JTaU 9asasi Sona, New Vvrk.